10 People Arrested In Erie County Raid, Guns And Drugs Seized
Erie County Sheriff's Deputies raided a home in the Black Rock neighborhood in Buffalo. The operation was a joint effort with the Buffalo Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Buffalo Field Office, among other agencies. The 'Safe Streets Task Force' involved 200 officers. The law enforcement officers were able to get guns, crack, and fentanyl off the streets.
Sheriff Garcia & our LE partners conducted multiple raids against gun drug and human traffickers this morning. Over 200 officers participated in the operation @FBIBuffalo @BPDAlerts @DHSgov HSI and Safe Streets Task Force. 10 people arrested crack fentanyl & guns seized
Recently, the Sheriff's Office has conducted a couple of major raids. A husband, wife, and the man's father have been charged with possession of illegal weapons and criminal amounts of marijuana. Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn announced that the three individuals were arraigned on numerous felony offenses on the morning of Saturday, April 30, 2022, before Buffalo City Court Kevin J. Keane. Their arrests are the result of an investigation by the Erie County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics and Intelligence Unit. The three defendants are facing the following charges:
A police search of a Buffalo home resulted in 12 people being arrested for illegal guns and drugs. The drug and weapons bust was the result of a joint investigation by the New York State Police and Buffalo Police Department. The focus was to stop the flow of illegal weapons and drugs in Buffalo's Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood. The 'dirty' dozen were arraigned on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, before Buffalo City Court Judge Andrew C. LoTempio.
On Tuesday, March 3, 2022, at approximately 9 am, New York State Police and Buffalo Police Department executed a search warrant at a residence. Inside the home on Concord Street, the task force found 12 adults. They recovered five illegal guns, including a 'ghost gun.' One gun had been reported stolen from Huntsville, Alabama in December of last year. Investigators also allegedly found crack, heroin, drug paraphernalia, and a digital scale.